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Permanent Horse Shelters

We offer both temporary and permanent horse stables to our customers. The temporary stables are built on 4″ x 4″ treated skids so you have the option of moving the stables to different locations. The permanent stables are constructed with treated 3″ x 2″ CLS Tanalised framing and 4 x 2 tantalised perlings which can be installed on a concrete base or your field. Both stable types are very secure and will serve your livestock for many years to come. Permanent horse shelters or stables require planning permission from your local authority.

Tanalised Horse Shelters

We understand that selecting the right timber for equestrian building can be both frustrating and confusing so we are here to help every step of the way. If you require a good quality tanaslised horse stable then you have come to the right place. All of our buildings are manufactured using top quality joinery overlap ship-lap that needs no further treatment. We manufacture box units, hay barns, corner units and tack rooms. Our stables are fully sectional, this means they can be extended at any time.

Donkey Shelters

The miniature donkey makes a great pet, but they do require a lot of care. Generally, they are herd animals, and you should always consider having more than one to keep them at their best. Without companions, they will become lonely and their health will decline. They also need proper outdoor space and a pasture to feed. Although, they are not meant to be complete outdoor pets. They must have proper shelter provided to them. Along with a secure and safe fenced in area, they will need housing. Donkey Shelters should be constructed as it will give them a place to get out of the hot sun, as well as a place to keep warm in the winter. This will also keep them safe from night predators. While a lot of people construct a lean-to shelter, this is not going to be enough for the donkeys. The housing itself does not need to be extremely large, but you should be sure that it gives each donkey plenty of space. If you live in an area that suffers from harsh winters, you will want to have it insulated, facing the door away from prevailing winds. Donkeys do grow a thick winter coat, but they will still need to be kept from extreme cold and wet weather. Providing your donkey with proper shelter is one of the most important things you can do for your new pet.

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